Category Archives: PT

PT Corner: Working With Paraprofessionals In Physical Therapy {Free Printable}

[Source:  Accomplished Accommodations] by Nicole Quast Some of the most important people I work with as a physical therapist in the educational setting are the paraprofessionals.  The amount of assistance the paraprofessionals give to my students varies from student to … Continue reading

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OT Corner: 4 Fun Summer Themes That Encourage Movement

[Source:  Pink Oatmeal] Summer is almost upon us!  It’s my favorite season.  I live in Minnesota, so you can’t really blame me.  I love being able to get outside almost every day!  I love to get up north, enjoy the … Continue reading

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Senator Calls For Full Funding Of IDEA

[Source: Disability Scoop] An influential U.S. senator is urging his colleagues to work toward plugging a special education funding shortfall of more than $17 billion. U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is calling for the federal government to fully fund the … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Why Young Kids Learn Through Movement

[Source: The Atlantic] One of my children is spinning in a circle, creating a narrative about a princess as she twirls. The other is building a rocket ship out of a discarded box, attaching propellers made of cardboard and jumping … Continue reading

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Get Moving with Giant Animal Memory Game

[Source:  Growing Play] Check out this fun, giant game of memory that you can print and play!  Get kids moving and thinking with this activity.  You can print the pages in color or black and white (color before you play). … Continue reading

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